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PJSV

Elaine,

Please explain to us this report http://www.m-cam.com/display_news?id=240

PJSV

Elaine,

Please explain to us this report http://www.m-cam.com/display_news?id=240

Bugout

Another excellent analysis in the form of a fable, no less! I would like to suggest a slight semantic change, though. Where you call the elites stupid, I prefer to think of them as clever fools, because they come up with complicated plans, scams, and schemes without being able to see some of the obvious pitfalls. I suggest it only so as to prevent underestimating the evil they can still accomplish. As the list of measures being taken to control dissent inside the United States is lengthy and comprehensive, stupid does not seem the proper epithet.

In a perverse way, I am grateful to have had George W. Bush and his neoconservative advisors as the administration these last few years because his actions have pushed China and Russia to take actions such as you have documented. Otherwise I fear too few would have noticed the coming changes or felt the urgency to take any sort of action.

As an aside, since you mentioned they plan to decrease the population, is it not comforting to know that some bad ideas such as eugenics never really die.

DeVaul

Bugout is right about the ruling elites. They are not stupid, but they might very well end up like spiders who get caught in their own webs.

Elaine Supkis

They are stupid. They forgot about the French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, the Chinese Revolution, the Glorious Revolution {that's the one that set my ancestors fleeing to the New World] and other problematical events.

Rule of thumb: don't piss off the peasants all at once. They have pitchforks and can get quite rowdy. But then, this is a lesson that never seems to be learned. To the Barricades!

DeVaul

Here is a hilarious quip on the U.S. dollar:

http://www.silverbearcafe.com/private/counterfeit.html

Bugout

Dear Madame Supkis,
As I have already expressed my admiration for your intellectual abilities, it fills me with great sadness that you would write something so ignorant. The elites have not forgotten about the possibility of revolution, in fact they have laid plans for decades to prepare for just such an eventuality. I would highly recommend that you read some of the history of education in this country, particularly the last 40 years, the writings of John Taylor Gatto are illuminating. In fact, if I am not mistaken he lives in the same county as you, perhaps the same township. Another facet was begun with the War on Drugs, turning our local police forces into interior security forces such as that found in Egypt. I would recommend perusing William Norman Grigg for much evidence on that process. Any of dozens of progressive, politically speaking, blogs would provide evidence of acts in Congress or executive orders by the administration laying the groundwork for complete usurpation of Constitutional government.

On what basis do you think all the peasants will rise up? It is true and how I lament it that, of the hundreds of people I know, I cannot discuss such events with more than a handful because they refuse to see, are frightened, or like the way things are headed. I am thus left with the Internet to find people who share this concern, but are often hundreds if not thousands of miles away. You mention arguing with your neighbors over the financial crises and failing to convince them. Do you honestly think that they will stand with you when it matters most? The Internet is a wonderful tool, but it is not an adequate substitution for a real community that will unite in defense of one another. One example that I find particularly troubling is the reports of gun confiscation in Louisiana after the hurricane. I am not aware of a single case where someone successfully retained their firearms or fired in defense of their rights when the authorities were clearly in the wrong. Compare that, if you will, to the reaction of those British citizens in Massachusetts when the British army moved out from Boston to confiscate the weapons cache at Concord.

Now I am aware that these matters on not on topic for your post and that I have most likely offended you for speaking so plainly. For that I apologize, my desire is not to offend but to forewarn. If you prefer that I express such long-winded statements in e-mail form or refrain completely from commmenting, then speak and I shall comply.

With Deepest Regards,
Bugout

Elaine Supkis

I have found myself quite accidentally in the middle of uprisings in the past in other countries as well as in the US. They happen with tremendous suddeness. One day, all is quiet, the next, everyone is in the streets, yelling!

You never know.

Elaine

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